The AGBU Hye Geen Young Circle organizes an annual conference on the Status of Armenian Communities Living in the United States. Each year, the group brings together researchers, educators, professionals and community groups to explore psychological, social, and cultural issues related to Armenians living in the United States.
Past conferences have focused on a variety of topics including media, television, mental health, women’s issues, music, and symbolism in art, architecture and design. Every year, the group strives to cover new topics that entice and impact the community. The AGBU Hye Geen Young Circle has been producing the conference since 2004. As mentioned above, the AGBU Hye Geen Young Circle has partnered with Armenian American college students at various schools in the Los Angeles area.
We are very appreciative of our alumni of speakers and moderators who give their time, energy and knowledge to these conferences.